View from Mt O'Reilly

Infrared Panorama taken from Mt O'Reilly, Samford.

2 exposures (f/5.6, 1min 20sec, iso100) stitched with Hugin, red/blue channel swap done with Photoshop to obtain blue toned sky.

View all photos taken: Friday, 7th March 2008, This photo: 11:39am

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  • beachut (John) said:
    wow David, I thought it was down the snowy
  • David de Groot said:
    Interesting effect eh ? I've got several more from this morning too - this was the first (and smallest) one I did.
    I'll tell you what though, an infrared filter is a weird beastie to shoot with. Exposures in bright sunlight of over a minute, you can't see through the viewfinder. All fun and games really.
  • picsbymac said:
    cool! try it in a city scene where you have people moving around...very surreal.
  • David de Groot said:
    Next time I'm in the city on a bright day I'll do just that :)
  • James Ottaway said:
    Cool stuff David. I didn't think the 400D was well suited to infrared, but it looks like it does OK. Out of interest, where did you get the filter and how much was it? I was looking at the B+W IR filter for around $100.

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  • David de Groot said:
    Well it's probably not as good as a Nikon D70 for IR, but yes, it works reasonably well. You just need some pretty long exposures as I think the 400D's built in UV/IR filter is cutting down on the transmission through to the sensor.

    I got mine off a forum (PotN) for $25 (AuD) - bargain :)
  • 2day. said:
    Very nice photo there Dave!!! Lovely!
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)
  • flash of light said:
    Just fantastic. You have some very beautiful cherry trees! ;-)

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  • David de Groot said:
    hehehe cherry trees indeed :P
  • petepothole said:
    Great effect!
  • David de Groot said:
    Neat eh ? Can't say it'll make any masterpieces, but it's fun to play with.